Benchmarking Hierarchical Script Knowledge

  title={Benchmarking Hierarchical Script Knowledge},
  author={Yonatan Bisk and Jan Buys and Karl Pichotta and Yejin Choi},
  • Yonatan Bisk, Jan Buys, +1 author Yejin Choi
  • Published in NAACL-HLT 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Understanding procedural language requires reasoning about both hierarchical and temporal relations between events. For example, “boiling pasta” is a sub-event of “making a pasta dish”, typically happens before “draining pasta,” and requires the use of omitted tools (e.g. a strainer, sink...). While people are able to choose when and how to use abstract versus concrete instructions, the NLP community lacks corpora and tasks for evaluating if our models can do the same. In this paper, we… CONTINUE READING
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